The 2022 European Women’s Handball Championship will be broadcast in over 80 countries through deals secured by sports marketing agency Infront and sports media firm DAZN Group, the respective marketing and media partners of the European Handball Federation’s (EHF) governing body.

Agreements for the tournament, which runs from Friday (November 4) to November 20 in Slovenia, North Macedonia, and Montenegro, have been secured with 35 partners around the world.

These include Arena Sport for the Balkans, BeIN Sports in France, TV2 in Denmark, TVE in Spain, and Viaplay across Finland, Norway, Sweden, and the UK.

The EHF’s Twitch channel will also show over 10 shows with more than 50 hours of content during the competition, including watchalongs with EHF commentators and experts.

Three new partners have recently been announced for the 2022 Women's Euros – Coolbet, Point S, and Batiste.

Earlier this year, the EHF attributed strong digital numbers in terms of reach and engagement for the Men’s EHF Euro 2022 to the digital strategy of Infront and DAZN.

EHF Secretary General Martin Hausleitner: “We are once again entering our flagship national team event with the strong support of broadcasters who will be helping us show the best what handball has to offer on a European level. It goes without saying that we are looking forward to seeing a high-quality of television production that will match the level of play on the court.”

 James Chubb, head of Handball at Infront, said: “This edition of the Women’s EHF Euro will have broad coverage not only across the three host countries but also across the world through these broadcast agreements and the EHF’s growing presence on social media.

“Handball can celebrate a diverse audience and this new injection of commercial partners shows that there are many ways for brands to reach and engage with fans.”